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Seriously, now is not the time

Anne Frank kindergarten will be renamed ‘to be more diverse’
German nursery said it wanted a name ‘without a political background’ but it comes amid growing concern at rise in anti-Semitism

Some people really do have tin ears, no?

13 thoughts on “Seriously, now is not the time”

  1. Why would now not be the time?

    Western states and their police forces have shown themselves pretty much unwilling, and de facto unable, to protect anyone against the invading hordes, and the invading hordes are going round daubing places with the Star of David and loudly threatening to kill all jews.

    I’d have thought now was precisely the time to remove references to Anne Frank – assuming they want to stay in business.

    I’d have thought quite a few parents would otherwise be reluctant to drop their kids off there otherwise.

    Tragic, it may be, but that’s a different matter.

  2. Diversity, eh?

    But who is always demanding more “diversity” and “multiculturalism” in gentile countries? The Mormons, obvs. But also:

    (JTA) — A prominent rabbi in Berlin called on other Jewish community leaders to do everything in their power to prevent additional countries from leaving the European Union after Britain’s vote to exit the bloc

    Teichtal told Oppermann that in his conversations with European rabbis and Jewish leaders he “encourages them to take action and prevent any further breaking in the EU,” the statement said. “I call upon the leaders of all Jewish communities around Europe to do whatever they can and execute all of their influence” to prevent additional exits, the rabbi was quoted as saying in the statement by his office.

    “The establishment of the EU and the multi-cultural approach it symbolizes, contributes to the welfare of Europe’s Jewish communities”, said Teichtal, who is a Chabad-Lubavitch rabbi. “Therefore, the possibility of dismantling the EU and reverting back to nation states should worry all Jewish people around Europe.”

    Seems like the Jews backed the wrong horse and have now been thrown off said horse. The legend of the Prague Golem irl.

    Many such cases! Sad!

  3. Bill (1564-1616) got it right. “A rose by any other name”.
    I speak as someone who 32 years ago contracted Wegeners Granulomatosis.
    It was discovered by Friedrich Wegener in 1936.
    A few years ago, the NHS (the finest health service in the world) discovered that Fred knew a bloke who was mates with a bloke who knew Adolf. This was too much for the NHS (sensitivity advisors had not then been invented) so they ordered the world to rename it.
    When I found out I didn’t have Wegeners Granulomatosis I immediately felt better until I found out I had GPA with polyangiitis instead. I immediately felt a bit rough again. But it did mean it limited my circle of friends who didn’t know I had a tenuous connection to Adolf’s mob. Mind you, I’m not sure I’d be up to all the marching and bombing.

  4. The Mormons, obvs.

    It’s not all Mormons, Steve; and certainly not all Mormons conspiring together. It’s just some Mormons. We know Mormons have a disproportionate representation in elite affairs (which are currently leftie) because they culturally, perhaps genetically, do well and prosper. But this has all been discussed before and it goes straight over your head because deep down you just don’t like “The Mormons” on a cultural and religious level.

    It’s no surprise a Jewish leader would speak against the breakup of the EU. For all its faults the EU has been a buffer against the more extreme forms of nationalism under which the Jews suffer terribly. I can’t speak for Rabbi Teichtal in particular but I suspect the general Jewish understanding of multiculturalism is a tolerance of minorities, not a policy to turn ourselves into an Islamic hell hole.

  5. PJF – I can’t speak for Rabbi Teichtal in particular but I suspect the general Jewish understanding of multiculturalism is a tolerance of minorities, not a policy to turn ourselves into an Islamic hell hole.

    You suspect wrong, and now your country is an Islamic hellhole.

    NO REFUNDS 😀

  6. Steve, can you explain the fiendishly clever strategy of the hook-nosed chin scratching conspiracy to turn everywhere into a frothing cauldron of their savage sworn mortal enemies?

  7. PJF – Steve, can you explain the fiendishly clever strategy of the hook-nosed chin scratching conspiracy to turn everywhere into a frothing cauldron of their savage sworn mortal enemies?

    Yarp, and easily. They’re not that clever, they’re high functioning gyppos who do their own PR.

    Imagine travelling the world for 2,000 years and only ever meeting arseholes. Easy to do when you’re a Miliband.

  8. PJF
    IIRC, the late Chief Rabbi, Jonathan Sacks, argued that jews were safer in multi-faith societies than they were in single-faith societies. For someone so intelligent, Sacks made a huge error there, for it is hard to see how 350,000 jews would be safer in the UK with 3.5m muslims rather than in a muslim-free UK.

  9. IIRC, the late Chief Rabbi, Jonathan Sacks, argued that jews were safer in multi-faith societies than they were in single-faith societies.

    In general, he’s probably correct. His small peaceful minority would not be so conspicuous if there were some other small peaceful minorities too. There’s some safety in numbers after all.

    it is hard to see how 350,000 jews would be safer in the UK with 3.5m muslims rather than in a muslim-free UK.

    The problem is the 3.5m mohammedans, not the small number of jews. If our country was 0.5% jews, 0.5% hindus, 0.5% sikhs, 0.5% buddhists and 0.5% shinto we wouldn’t have a problem.

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